Author Archives: Jan Dibeler

With the imminent arrival of spring, now is a good time to revisit New Year’s resolutions and take stock of what is and isn’t working.  For many of us, regular exercise is a goal that could use a kick start. … Continue reading

Tightness, inflexibility, body aches…not our vision for a happy life. Living pain-free and enjoying a vital and active lifestyle engaged in ways that create joy and fulfillment, especially as we age, is a reachable goal. Most of the restrictions we … Continue reading

Finding Balance

By Jan Dibeler (June 4, 2012)

We’re tapped in, plugged in, connected, and tapped out. From morning to night we’re hot-wired to our cell phones, iphones, laptops, smart phones and ipads. This constant connection keeps us so busy that it can impact our health in potentially … Continue reading

Live Your Dreams

By Jan Dibeler (July 25, 2011)

In the dark several months ago, I was typing on my computer lying in bed, and all of a sudden noticed a caterpillar crawling on my keyboard. After the initial fright, I realized that it represented transformational energy.   Dance has been a … Continue reading

Hydration, ultimately important for survival and performing optimally is vital to a healthy lifestyle. Up to 70% of the body’s weight is water, important for every process in the body; repairing, healing, and growing. When more water leaves the body … Continue reading

Exciting changes are happening at Mii amo as we premier a new consult  – Exercise Physiology. The 90-minute service includes 9 fitness tests and a personalized exercise program that balances out one’s current program and is suitable for novices as well as athletes. The tests include … Continue reading

When we think of fitness, we seldom consider breath as an aspect of it. Our breath is reflective of who we are in many ways, both physically and emotionally.  Breath is the foundation of our being, present at birth in … Continue reading

As we come upon the holidays and the New Year, it is a time for gratitude and reflection. The opportunity to consider the blessings in our lives, the people who grace our way and the experiences that nurture our growth … Continue reading

Posted in: Retreats & Events

The Missing Link

By Jan Dibeler (October 4, 2010)

Most people don’t realize that stretching is both natural and instinctive. Humans and animals stretch naturally after waking up and after long periods of sitting or inactivity. It is done instinctively and feels wonderful immediately. Benefiting all people, it can … Continue reading